OTLEY went clear at the top of the Aire-Wharfe Division One table after rivals Rawdon suffered a shock defeat away to Bilton.

Tuseif Arshad (5-35) helped the hosts bowl out Rawdon for 87 - a target which Bilton reached in 22 overs. Mustahsan Ali Shah (29) and Cameron Martin (25) were Bilton’s highest scorers.

Otley expertly capitalised on Rawdon's defeat by dispatching North Leeds with a four-wicket victory. A fifth consecutive victory for Otley ensured their lead was increased to 27 points.

Stephen Brown’s five wicket haul meant that North Leeds were bowled out for 121. A well worked partnership between Josh Atkinson (37) and Joshua Stephenson (22) set Otley on their way to the target.

Elsewhere, Folifoot claimed a vital win in a bottom of the table clash against Olicanian, to help bridge the gap between themselves and the rock-bottom side. The victory increased the points margin to 18 points and only 8 points behind 10th-placed Horsforth.

Bowled Olicanian knew it may be a tough task to claim victory. Istikhar Hussain (4-22) and Alex Fox (6-46) produced some high quality bowling displays to keep the scores down. Nick Robinson smacked 64 runs to push Folifoot onto a much needed victory.

Saltaire cruised to victory, winning by 86 runs to outscore Ilkley’s 115 all out. Dave Pennett’s (5-36) impressive outlay stood out for the victors.

Richard Atkins (74) ensured Addingham defeated a struggling Horsforth who are without a win in four, while Collingham & Linton beat Burley-in-Wharfedale by 32 runs.

Beckwithshaw and Tong Park Esholt continue to battle it out for the top spot in Division Two.

Table toppers Beckwithshaw were victorious in a thrilling, high scoring encounter against Kirkstall Educational. Kirkstall were bowled out for 203 after Ben Holderness (37) and Toby Pratt (92) opened the batting in style, easing their side to a 264 total.

Tong have David Hester (64) to thank as they successful chased third-placed Adel's respectable 165 target, with five wickets to spare.

New Rover shocked everybody by gaining their first win of this strange season. Captain Michael Richmond lead by example with his 84 shooting the visitors up to 183/7. Horsforth Hall Park fell 49 runs short.

Guiseley's 168/9 wasn't enough to see them over the line against Calverley St Wilfrids. Calverley's Gareth Lee (61) and Gagandeep Pooni (65) were unplayable at times.

Skipper Harwood Williams (57) hit a half-century to fire Bardsey past Pool, and Mathew Nutter gained an amazing eight-wicket haul in Steeton's 53-run win over Green Lane.

Skipton have the tough task of catching a dominant Colton Institute in Division Three. The former beat North Leeds seconds by 43 runs thanks to Muhammad Qadeer's 51, and a nifty fifer from Jonathan Horner allowed Colton to take apart a bemused Ben Rhydding order.

Ilkley seconds remain winless after Thackley captured a four-wicket win. Craig Wiseman (6-18) did all the work with the bowl before the hosts batted it out well.

Despite, St Chads Broomfield's Tom Erxleben hitting 65, Bolton Villas won again, partly down to Adam Shabir (5-46) reducing their opponents to 151. A score Villas eclipsed in 37 overs.

Tong Park Esholts seconds' Neil Cooper got four wickets in his side's 38-run defeat to Alwoodley.

While, Leeds Modernians beat Old Leodiensians by seven wickets in a low scoring affair.

In Division Four, Rawdon seconds jumped to the summit of the table by narrowly getting the better of previous leaders Menston.

Beckwithshaw seconds won comfortably against Bardsey seconds. A huge 96 runs the difference between the pair.

Division Six belongs to St Chads Broomfield. They romped their way to eight wins in as many games thanks to a 186-run win over a Ben Rhydding seconds.